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" Source : SAP Resources Related to Business Intelligence (BI) : Business Intelligence (BI) (Wikipedia) Business Intelligence for the Health Care Industry: Actionable Insights for Business Decision Makers Business Objects is also known as : business objects
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Statistical Data Analysis, SAP, Health Care and Social Assistance, Hospitals
SAP BusinessObjects XI 3.1 solutions are the next major release of business intelligence (BI) software from SAP. They include features ranging from reporting, query and analysis, and dashboards and visualization, to discovery and predictive analytics capabilities, as well as data quality and extract, transform, and load (ETL) functionality. Get a high-level overview of the new features in SAP BusinessObjects XI 3.1.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Quality, End-User Query and Reporting, Extraction, Transformation, and Loading (ETL), Statistical Data Analysis, SAP
Business intelligence (BI) is often an area of friction between information technology (IT) (who provide information) and the business users (who need it to do their jobs). By allowing you to connect goals, metrics, and people across the enterprise, an enterprise BI standard helps organizations manage and optimize information flows like other business processes, leading to improved alignment and transparency.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Data Warehouse, SAP, Information, Management of Companies and Enterprises
Spreadsheets are here to stay. You depend on them to analyze data, to perform rapid calculations, and to easily model and format information. But they can be costly to maintain, and can compromise data integrity and security. You need the ability to provide an accurate and secure snapshot of critical business information, with the ease-of-use and familiarity offered by spreadsheets.
Related to Business Objects: Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Spreadsheet, Business Objects
Are you moving beyond the need to comply with legislation like the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), to focus instead on driving sustainability and control in your processes? Do you have an initiative to support the fast close?or does your ability to complete your accounting cycles and close your books need a boost? Learn about technology and a methodology that can help you deal with the intercompany reconciliation challenge.
Related to Business Objects: Accounting and Financial Management, Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Compliance Management, Compliance Management/Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Payment, Clearing and Settlement Systems, Regulatory and Compliance, SAP
Information management software from Business Objects, an SAP company, can be used for SAP data migration projects?either for upgrades from one version of SAP to a newer one, or from other environments to SAP. In practice, many considerations that apply to SAP migrations are the same as those pertaining to non-SAP environments. But a few requirements are particular to an SAP implementation. Find out what they are.
Related to Business Objects: Database Migration and Conversion, Executive Information System (EIS), Information Lifecycle Management, Middleware, Migration and Porting, Migration and Version Maintenance Services, Product Information Management (PIM), SAP
As a consequence of the acquisition of Business Objects, SAP has shifted its SAP business warehouse (BW) strategy to a more open data warehousing approach and is now focusing on the former Business Objects portfolio. This guide is designed to help existing SAP BW customers to plan to move to the new business intelligence (BI) environment, and outlines most important architecture options for a data warehouse strategy.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Warehouse, IBM
The ?fast close? describes the ability to complete accounting cycles and close books quickly. Companies that don?t close fast often miss reporting deadlines, and can suffer in the eyes of shareholders, investors, regulatory agencies, and trade exchanges. However, companies can overcome barriers to fast close by shifting some tasks outside the close process, and by automating traditionally manual consolidation functions.
Related to Business Objects: Best Practices, Decision Making Considerations, Management Practices, Strategy, Business Objects
Companies still struggle to close the gap between strategy and day-to-day operational decisions, particularly when they over-complicate planning with practices delving too deeply into their business. A key issue is thus the consolidation of actuals into planning, and the visibility of details for specific plans and assumptions. This points to a need for more strategically aligned ?planning and performance? approaches.
Related to Business Objects: Accounting and Financial Management, Consolidation Statements and Performance Reporting (CS-PR, Aggregation), Regulatory and Compliance, Business Objects
To be reliable, cost and profitability analysis must be underpinned with an activity-driven view of how an organization?s products, customers, and channels consume resources and incur costs. However, activity-based costing (ABC) contributes to more reliable customer, product, and channel profitability analysis. In fact, without this foundation, such analyses are critically flawed, and can result in inappropriate decisions and choices.
Related to Business Objects: Channel Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Data Management and Analysis, Business Objects
Can you deliver integrated and reliable information in a format that all users can understand? Are you able manage that from a single console that allows you to support your performance management, reporting, and query and analysis requirements? By extending the reach of knowledge within the organization, you can efficiently and effectively manage your operations through better visibility and transparency.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Business Objects, Information
Today?s markets are faster-moving, more diverse, and more competitive than ever before. But if you could only pick one critical factor in competitiveness, it would have to be the ability to manage change. Without constant innovation, the best doesn?t stay the best for very long. Only organizations that can change faster than their competitors will survive in the long run.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Business Objects
To realize the benefits of enterprise performance management (EPM), the focus needs to be on facilitating collaboration between senior management and business unit management. In practice, most organizations do not programmatically incorporate two-way communication into the planning process. Yet this is where many organizations find the greatest benefit in improving business performance?and the most difficulty in making the change.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)/Balanced Scorecard, Business Objects, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
Chances are that SAP applications play a role in your enterprise. SAP?s prowess at managing large volumes of transactional data has made it the leader in enterprise resource planning (ERP). As of January 2003, SAP claims more than 56,000 installations. Yet despite their popularity, SAP applications in many organizations remain semi-isolated and untapped for the business intelligence (BI) they contain.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mart, Business Objects, Management of Companies and Enterprises
As is generally the case with such issues as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), the quick fix is often too good to be true. Leading companies are thus using SOX as an opportunity to restructure the way they run their business. What?s more, they?re finding they already have much of what they need?including the right people, processes, and technology.
Related to Business Objects: Business Intelligence (BI), Compliance Management/Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, Data Management and Analysis, Business Objects, Management of Companies and Enterprises
 
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